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3 Day Course: Inventory & Stock Control Management - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The "Inventory
and Stock Control Management"
training has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's
offering.

The ability to effectively manage has a major impact on supply chain
performance and the resultant cost to serve profile. Poor inventory
decisions will result in costs being increased or customers being let
down. Getting the balance right requires skilful application of
inventory management techniques.

This course is an intensive three day course, for those who want to
understand and implement the essential tools for managing inventory in
the supply chain.

Participants are shown how to evaluate procedures and make needed
changes to methods to improve customer service whilst achieving
reductions in inventory; eliminate wasteful costs; avoid internal
problems that limit performance; obtain added value for money.

Personal Impact

  • How to analyse stock and inventory
  • How to make productivity improvements
  • Understand the role of inventory in the supply chain
  • Balancing cost and service requirements
  • A framework for continual improvement
  • Best in class practices

Organisational Impact

  • To Examine the link of inventory in the company supply chain
    operations and activities
  • To Analyse the key areas of operations
  • To Identify and Understand key performance indicators
  • To Succeed in improving operations

3 Day Agenda

Registration will be at 08:30 on day one with the course commencing
promptly at 09:00am each day and concluding at 05:00pm. There will be
two short breaks and an hour for lunch each day.

  • Session One - The Supply Chain
  • Session Two - Products & Stock
  • Session Three - Replenishment Methods
  • Session Four - Forecasting & Stock Control
  • Session Five - Improvements - Model for Planning Inventory
  • Questions and Wrap
  • Examinations

For more information about this training visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x8hh95/3_day_course?w=4

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